Pair Accused of ‘Bank Jugging’ Spree in South Florida

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Pair Accused of ‘Bank Jugging’ Spree in South Florida

Lonnie Speights, Contributor

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 Two men, Kerric Tennel Harris and Darris D. Mclnnis, were arrested for committing burglary and theft.

The two stole cash from others, in people’s car when they were not looking or not around. But, in one case they actually broke the car window of a man while he was inside his own car.

Miami-Dade police reported that the pair have been targeting individuals over the past several months. Harris and Mclnnis would stake out banks, look for people who made withdrawals from their bank accounts and follow their victims, then take their money.

The men were accused of staking out a costumer while at a bank and broke into his car while near Publix. Also, they were accused of stealing money out of a person’s car near a grocery store in Homestead. Lastly, they were accused of stealing money out a person’s car near Home Depot.

They have been caught and sentenced to prison time. After their sentencing, the local police station gave out warnings to its local residents to be careful when they go out, or to be on the look out.